Pet Pharmacy

At Los Robles Animal Hospital, our in-house pharmacy stocks a wide variety of prescription medications, supplements, and Chinese herbs to maintain your pet’s health. We also offer products for heartworm and flea prevention such as Comfortis, Revolution, Interceptor, and Sentinel to keep your companion bug-and heartworm free!

We offer most veterinary pharmaceuticals the doctor prescribes for your pet. In some cases, if we don’t stock the specific medication your pet needs, we’ll gladly order the required medication or call it in to a pharmacy of your preference.

We rely on Stewart’s Pharmacy locally or Road Runner Pharmacy and North Beaches Pharmacy to compound certain medications. These pharmacies ship either to our hospital or to your home. Their pharmacists are able to formulate the perfect dose of medicine for your pet and even mix medication into tasty liquids, treats or transdermal gels your pet won’t mind taking.

You can also order prescription medication through your Pet Portal.

As an added convenience, you can order prescription medication for your dog or cat through your Pet Portal’s online store. Products available through your Pet Portal are competitive with other internet pharmacies but maintain the manufacturer guarantee. Products and food ship directly to your doorstep!

Ordering through Pet Portal is the same as purchasing medication from our clinic without leaving the comfort of your home. Free Pet Portals are provided to all clients who have an active email address. If you do not have access to a Pet Portal, ask one of our Patient Care Coordinators to set up your account today! We will gladly teach you all aspects of using Pet Portal. Some of the benefits of using this service are scheduling appointments, asking questions to our staff, ordering refills of in house medications and ordering medications and prescription foods at competitive prices.

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